After Chinese apps were banned, users were looking for an alternative to File Sharing App Share It. To overcome this problem of users, an Indian has developed an app named Dodo Drop. With the help of this app, users can share audio, video, image and text between two devices without internet access, just like Share It.
17-year-old Ashfaq Mahmud Chaudhary, who developed this app, said that he has developed this app as an alternative to Share It. Ashfaq of Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir said, 'Due to data breaching, the Indian government has banned many Chinese apps and Share It is also one of these. Indian users were facing a lot of problems due to the ban, that's why I decided to make this file sharing app.
App took four weeks to build
Ashfaq told that it took him 4 weeks to make this app. With the help of the Dodo Drop app launched on August 1, users can share files at a speed of 480Mbps. This file transfer speed is more than the speed of Share it. Talking about the safety of the user, Ashfaq said that the file transfers done in Dodo Drop are completely encrypted.
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In June, the Indian government decided to ban 58 Chinese apps, including TicketLock. The security and integrity of the country was threatened by these apps. The shock of the ban of 59 apps did not even overwhelm the Chinese Internet companies that last month, the government banned 47 more apps. These 47 apps have been banned because they were stealing data from Indian users as clones of real apps. These cloned apps include many more popular apps like Share It Light, TicketLock Lite, Hello Light.